• 17:40 June 18th At Sligo Mares Maiden Hurdle2m

  • Winner €5,175 2nd €1,200 3rd €525 4th €300
  • Going: Heavy
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 20.50s
  • Off time: 17:40:25
17:40 Sligo Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Miss Palm (IRE) 5/2
2nd Our Ellie B (IRE) 10/3
3rd Theonewiththeleg (IRE) 16/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 0300/ White, red stars on sleeves, white cap Amana (USA) 62
9 11-7 P A Fahy D E Mullins 12/113.00
2 0P76/8 MAROON & YELLOW STRIPES, yellow sleeves, maroon cap Dry Rein (IRE) 12
8 10-13 B Arthey A P Heskin 50/151.00
3 24P06-3 Emerald green, orange chevron & sleeves, quartered cap Mimi And Bow 20
7 10-13 p1 C Bowe R Walsh 100 3/14.00
4 927573- Red, green sash, red & white qtd cap Miss Palm (IRE) 32
9 10-13 t D Deacon B J Geraghty 100 5/23.50
6 5352/76- Black, red panel & sleeves, red cap Our Ellie B (IRE) 52
7 10-13 T Cooper Andrew J McNamara 10/34.33
7 568- BROWN, white cross of lorraine & sleeves, white cap Our Maimie (IRE) 142
7 10-13 R McGlinchey J S McGarvey (7) 20/121.00
8 07FF-2 WHITE, royal blue slvs, red cap Over Church Road (IRE) 12
7 10-13 B R Hamilton L A McKenna (7) 11/26.50
9 YELLOW, emerald green star & chevrons on sleeves, quartered cap Primrose Girl (IRE)
7 10-13 A McGuinness D E Splaine (5) 40/141.00
10 5- Yellow, red star, emerald green sleeves, red stars, yellow cap, red star Sally Blossom (IRE) 49
6 10-13 P J Rothwell B T O'Connell 16/117.00
11 247P70- EMERALD GREEN, royal blue chevron & sleeves, check cap Theonewiththeleg (IRE) 202
7 10-13 M McDonagh D J Condon (3) 90 16/117.00
12 25305/8- Emerald green, white sleeves, em green & yellow striped cap Whynotgiveup (IRE) 147
7 10-13 P G Fahey S E Butler (5) 20/121.00
Non runners
5P/0P0-9Native Of Drard (IRE)710-13A MulhollandMr R J Jones


Mimi And Bow was staying on when third at Tipperary but was still beaten 25l and that was over 3m so this looks too short. Over Church Road had a torrid time between the flags but made a very bright start under Rules when a close second to Shershewill at Downpatrick. She should go well and though Miss Palm was just behind Meitheamh at Tramore she has always looked as though she needed further over hurdles. Amana has won three times on the Flat but shown little over timber so this can go to OUR ELLIE B, who could probably do with a bit further but has returned to action after a very long break in good form and can start making up for lost time.